Carlos Salvador Bilardo (born 16 March ) is an Argentine former football player and Bilardo wrote a book called “Así Ganamos” (“How we won”, Editorial Sudamericana Planeta) retelling the story of Argentina’s FIFA World Cup win. Author: Bilardo. Prologue: Diego Armando Maradona. Printed in Spanish. | eBay!. Así gañamos: la verdadera lucha por la copa. by Carlos Salvador Bilardo. Print book: Biography. Spanish. Buenos Aires, Argentina: Sudamérica/Planeta.
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Carlos Salvador Bilardo born 16 March is an Argentine former football player and manager. Bilardo achieved worldwide renown as a player with Estudiantes de La Plata in the s, and as the manager of the Argentina side that won the FIFA World Cup and came close to retaining the title inwhere they reached the final. As manager of Argentina, he was renowned for successfully employing the 3—5—2 formation at the highest level;  this formation has been in use for decades, but has never achieved mainstream status.
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On school vacations, he would get up before dawn to haul produce to the Abasto market in Buenos Aires. Bilardo was a promising prospect in the youth divisions of major Buenos Aires club San Lorenzo de Almagroand he was drafted to the junior Argentina national football team that obtained the Pan-American title and took part in the Summer Olympic Games in Rome. Bilardo became Gnaamos inside-the-pitch tactician.
For the next years, he divided his time gabamos managing, his family he married in and nilardo a daughterand helping manage his father’s furniture business. He even found time to research rectal cancer and practice as a gynecologist Bilardo finally retired from the practice of medicine infeeling that being a physician requires a full-time commitment that he was unable to provide. After retiring as a player, Bilardo became Estudiantes coach in and managed to get the squad into the Copa Bilrado final but lost to Nacional.
Inhe became manager of Colombia ‘s Deportivo Cali and after a 2-year stint he managed to get the squads into the Copa Libertadores Finals but once again failed to win the title.
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After failing in the Copa Libertadores FinalsBilardo had a short stint in San Lorenzo and then became Colombia national team ‘s trainer. When the team failed to qualify for the World Cup, he was fired from his position, and Estudiantes arranged for his return to Argentina.
The team made the semi-finals of the Nacional and went on to win the same year’s Metropolitano title. He held the post from until after the World Cup.
Under his watch, Diego Maradona became the most dominant player of his age, and Argentina enjoyed their best international harvest, winning the edition and reaching the final. From and onwards, Bilardo alternated teaching and journalism stints with managing. Bilardo returned to Estudiantes for the — season. When confronted by media, he maintained that the bottle actually contained Gatorade ; the contents of the bottle were analysed by a forensic lab, confirming Bilardo’s version.
The job eventually went to Alfio Basilewho had earlier succeeded Bilardo as national coach after the World Cup.
Following the gubernatorial election, Bilardo was named Secretary of Sports of Buenos Aires province under governor Daniel Scioli. A new generation of Bilardo-influenced coaches has taken over many key positions in Argentine and South American football: When Maradona was named as national team coach on OctoberBilardo was tapped for the post of Argentina General Manager.
After the designation, Bilardo agreed to quit his Secretary post. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved 1 June South American Coach of the Year.
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Asi Ganamos : La Verdadera Lucha Por La Copa